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Hibbard v. Sec'y of Health & Human Services, No. 12-5007
In plaintiff's suit for compensation under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (Act) for her neurological disorder allegedly caused by a flu vaccination, the judgment of the Court of Federal Claims in favor of the defendants is affirmed where: 1) the special master's finding is based on evidence in the record that is not wholly implausible, and the special master has articulated a rational basis for his decision; and 2) because a finding of autonomic neuropathy is critical to plaintiff's theory of causation, the special master's finding on this issue is fatal to her petition for compensation under the Act.
Holmes v. Merck & Co., Inc., No. 08-16557
In a wrongful death action against a manufacturer and distributor of a vaccine, arising out of the death of plaintiffs' infant son, the district court's grant of defendant's motion for summary judgment is affirmed where: 1) there is no cause to disturb the district court's application of section 22 of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act to plaintiffs' state law product liability claims of design defect and failure to warn; and 2) the district court did not err in granting summary judgment in favor of the defendant, as defendant produced evidence that it had complied with all regulatory requirements related to the vaccine.
Lee v. Bd. of Registered Nursing, No. A132197
The trial court's denial of a petition for a writ of administrative mandate seeking to overturn the revocation of petitioner's nursing license is affirmed where all that is relevant in this matter is that the petitioner did not comply with the order of the Board of Registered Nursing to submit to a mental fitness examination.
Brennan Ctr. for Justice at New York Univ. Sch. of Law v. U.S. Dept. of Justice, No. 11-4599
In plaintiff's Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ), the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), seeking release of memoranda prepared by the DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), pertaining to defendants' policy regarding the constitutionality of enforcing an anti-prostitution pledge requirement against U.S. NGOs receiving federal grants pursuant to the Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria Act (Leadership Act), the judgment of the district court is affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded where: 1) the district court properly ordered the disclosure of the February memoranda; 2) the district court erred in ordering disclosure of the July memoranda because there is sufficient evidence that removed deliberative-process protection; and 3) the references to the February memorandum that served to remove the deliberative-process privilege also constitute waiver of the attorney-client privilege.
Gonzalez-Maldonado v. MMM Healthcare, Inc., No. 11-1880
In a physicians' suit against HMOs, alleging constitutional and antitrust claims, arising from their cancellation of contracts for refusing to accept capitation payments rather than fee-for-service payments, district court's grant of defendants' motion to dismiss is affirmed where: 1) because the defendants are not governmental actors, plaintiffs' constitutional claims necessarily fail; and 2) because defendants are wholly owned subsidiaries of the same parent company, and not independent firms, defendants cannot violate Sherman Act section 1's conspiracy prohibition.
Nichole Med. Equipment & Supply, Inc. v. Tricenturion, Inc., No. 11-2132
In a medical equipment supplier's suit against a contractor auditor for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), arising from a dispute from an audit in which the auditor determined that plaintiff "might" be improperly billing Medicare for medical equipment, the judgment of the district court is affirmed where: 1) the district court properly determined that it was without subject matter jurisdiction to entertain plaintiff's state law claims, because without a final agency decision on plaintiff's claims the district court lacks jurisdiction to review this action; and 2) the defendants are immune from suit as officers or employees of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services because plaintiff's claims arise under the Medicare Act.
Morgan .v Sebelius, No. 10-2270
In a physician's appeal of the decision of the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services excluding him for five years from participating in Medicare, Medicaid, and all other federally sponsored health care programs pursuant to the applicable terms of 42 U.S.C. section 1320a-7(a)(3), after pleading guilty for obtaining free hydrocodone samples from pharmaceutical representatives for his personal use by leading the representatives to believe that he would be giving the samples to his patients for medical purposes, district court's dismissal of the appeal is affirmed where: 1) section 1320a-7(a)(3) is not limited to offenses relating to financial misconduct; and 2) regardless of whether the district court correctly concluded that the statute unambiguously does not require that any fraud relate to financial misconduct ir order to warrant the mandatory five-year exclusion, the Secretary's construction was a permissible one to which the court must defer.
United States Ninth Circuit, 09/11/2012
McCormack v. Hiedeman, No. 11-36010
In plaintiff's class action lawsuit against a prosecuting attorney for filing a felony criminal complaint against her with the public offense of Unlawful Abortion, Idaho Code section 18-606, which makes it a felony for any woman to undergo an abortion in a manner not authorized by statute, the district court's grant of a preliminary injunction restraining the prosecuting attorney from enforcing the Code is affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded where: 1) the district court did not abuse its discretion in determining that plaintiff would likely succeed with her facial constitutional challenges to Idaho Code sections 18-606 and 18-608(1); 2) the district court abused its discretion in crafting an overbroad preliminary injunction, as it should be limited to enforcement of the applicable code sections against the plaintiff only; 3) the district court erred in not enjoining the enforcement of the section 18-606 in conjunction with both sections 18-608(1) and 18-608(2); and 4) plaintiff does not have standing to seek pre-enforcement prospective relief against the enforcement of the Pin-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Palomar Med. Ctr. Sebelius, No. 10-56529
In a Medicare provider's appeal of a determination, through the operation of the congressionally mandated Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) program, that it was liable to repay the government for services later determined not to be medically reasonable and necessary, the district court's grant of summary judgment for the Secretary, holding that the regulations bar appeals for reopenings, is affirmed, as Congress has set the stage by establishing the RAC program aimed at recouping excessive Medicare payments and stated expressly that reopenings were to be permitted under guidelines set by the Secretary in regulations. Here, the Secretary, by her regulations made explicit that there would be no appeal of a reopening decision, and that such a decision was "final."
IL DIRITTO ALL’ISTRUZIONE DEL DISABILE NELLE FONTI NAZIONALI TRA PROBLEMI DEFINITORI, GIURISPRUDENZA COSTITUZIONALE E GIUDICI DI MERITO
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